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HSK 3
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  *闻* | 闻* | *闻
to hear / news / well-known / famous / reputation / fame / to smell / to sniff at
HSK 5
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
HSK 6
to love to hear and see (idiom) / well received / to one's liking
HSK 6
news agency
important news story / headline
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  *闻* | 闻* | *闻
surname Wen
anecdote / fantastic story
China News Service website (chinanews.com)
news conference
rumor
well-known / famous / renowned / eminent
news media
journalism
top news story
to smell / to sniff sth out / to perceive by smelling
to have heard what was said
old anecdote / stories passed on from former times
to listen / to hear what sb says / news one has heard
journalist
funny news item / interesting anecdote
sex scandal
press release
State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China
Newsweek magazine
Newsweek magazine / also written 新聞周刊|新闻周刊
headline news / title story
scandal
the press / the media
obscure and unknown (idiom); an outsider without any reputation / a nobody / an unknown quantity
communication management / public relations
journalist
Xuwen county in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
unpleasant smell / stink
hear the wind and lose gall (idiom); terror-stricken at the news
to be known far and wide / to be well-known
world-famous
world-famous (idiom)
to learn sth through hearsay / to get wind of sth
famous / of good reputation
Wenxi county in Yuncheng 運城|运城, Shanxi
accounts / one's understanding
unheard of / an extremely rare and unprecedented event
spokesman
Mainichi Shimbun, a Japanese daily newspaper
anecdote / apocryphal story
world famous
Xuwen county in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
Business News / Sankei Shimbun (Tokyo daily)
Wenxi county in Yuncheng 運城|运城, Shanxi
ignorant and inexperienced / ill-informed and narrow-minded
Asahi Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
freedom of the press
Bloomberg News
General Administration of Press and Publication (PRC state censorship organization)
to receive news (of)
what one hears and sees (idiom)
lit. to hear one and know ten (idiom); fig. explain one thing and (he) understands everything / a word to the wise
State Administration for Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) (2013-2018) (abbr. to 廣電總局|广电总局)
seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times (idiom); seeing for oneself is better than hearing from many others / seeing is believing
Cable Network News (CNN)
to hear of / to hear about
to hear suddenly / to learn of sth unexpectedly
famous person
so I have heard (idiom) / the beginning clause of Buddha's quotations as recorded by his disciple, Ananda (Buddhism)
shocking / horrifying / atrocious / terrible
Wen Yiduo (1899-1946), poet and patriotic fighter, executed by Guomindang in Kunming
to be famous far and wide (idiom)
to turn a deaf ear to (idiom); to pretend not to hear
heard / what one hears
not to hear, not to question (idiom) / to show no interest in sth / uncritical / not in the least concerned
to start practicing at the first crow of the cock (idiom) / to be diligent in one's studies
knowing sb by their reputation can't compare to meeting them in person (idiom)
have wide learning and a retentive memory / have encyclopedic knowledge
(TCM) auscultation and smelling, one of the four methods of diagnosis 四診|四诊
to hear but not react (idiom); to turn a deaf ear / to ignore deliberately
China News Service
Zhang Wentian (1900-1976), CCP party leader and theorist
to smell of sth / to smell like sth
news service / information agency
newsgroup
media gossip / sensational news
newsreader / anchor
Nikkei Shimbun, Japanese equivalent of Financial Times
to smell / to hear / knowledge / information
variant of 軼聞|轶闻
Cable Network News (CNN)
unheard-of / unprecedented
to block one's ears and not listen (idiom); to turn a deaf ear
to sensationalize (idiom); deliberate exaggeration to scare people
oddity / news tidbits / strange and interesting item
to be known to everyone
hearsay (law)
to pay no attention to outside matters
Shanghai Media Group
don't blame the speaker, take note of his warning (idiom); an exhortation to speak one's mind without fear of reprisals, and with the expectation of being taken seriously
illustrious and influential / well-known
sex scandal
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
to identify by smell / to detect a scent / to sniff out

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